Let’s Breathe Easy

It is much easier to preach than practise. Yes, this is the case with the most burning problem of pollution the country is now facing as events to sensitise people on the hazards of pollution are conducted year after year as a ritual during the National Pollution Control Day on December 2. What’s the use in preaching without practising. After the nation’s capital being the most polluted cities in the country, Chennai too is facing a similar situation as red alert is shown in the Air Quality Index. All because…

Eat Alley, A Hot Spot For Food Lovers @ SB Colony

There’s no being in two minds about a thin crust pizza, especially when its warm and fresh out of the wood burn. With Eat Alley’s all new express counter outlet opened recently at our own Saibaba Colony, it’s time the residents experience curated recipes of pizzas and pastas from the land that celebrates food. This Italian Escape is located close to its sister vertical ‘The Fruit Creamery’, that provides fruitilicious ice creams, delicious waffles and milkshakes. ‘Eat Alley’ also has a fine dine specialty branch at Sungam that has been…

Sky Is The Limit For Diff-Abled In Displaying Skills

The International Day of People with Disability is been observed on December 3 by United Nations. It aims to increase public awareness, understanding and acceptance of people with disabilities and celebrate their achievements and contributions. When the world is supporting and commemorating the people with disabilities for their uniqueness and acceptance of life with grace and dignity. How about the acceptance of a disabled person within the family and society? We humans considered people are able with certain physical nomenclatures. These classifications are dynamic and change with the history and…

Change In Mindset Alone Can End Modern Slavery

The power of chair and positions are ruling the world. Most of the people are fascinated and carried out by the privilege given for the position and the chair. People in the positions feel they are the creator and destroyers of rules and regulations. They can treat and dictate anyone according to their favoritism, use unparliamentary words for speaking and treat them like a slave. They presume once they are in the power state the whole world is under their feet and their ego gets satisfied only by putting others…

The Pioneers, Who Paved The Way For Equality Thru’ Education

Indian education imbibed excellent qualities in the students. Skill was developed without compromising on the right attitude. Teachers taught students from their houses. Some of these students stayed with the teachers. The teacher’s house was the school and the teacher along with his wife were the house teachers those days. Students used to work in the household and also learn. Palm leaf manuscripts were used for teaching and students wrote on sand first. There used to be manuscript copiers too. Teachers used to seek their role. Reading, writing, memorising, interpreting…